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The Most Authoritative Volume Available on FrontPage 2002
Create and manage professional-quality Web sites with help from this comprehensive resource. Learn to use this popular Web authoring tool to build a simple Web site from scratch, or design and manage a complicated e-commerce site using the latest tools, processes, and features. Inject new life into your Web pages by learning all the latest features and technologies available in this extensive upgrade. Let FrontPage 2002: The Complete Reference show you why FrontPage is not only the application of choice for personal Web sites, but is now also a significant instrument for e-business and professional Web sites.
- Design and build professional Web pages--even without any programming skills
- Quickly master the basics of formatting, tables, frames, and other organizational essentials
- Maximize powerful upgrades like improved graphics capabilities, team editing, and more
- Enliven your Web site to attract new visitors and establish loyal viewership
- Create Web templates and forms to streamline Web design and site architecture
- Utilize XML ASP, JSP, HTML, DHTML, and all the major Web scripting languages to implement the latest interactivity features and achieve your e-commerce goals
- Protect visitor privacy and guard your site with Internet security features
- Bonus--CD-ROM includes examples used in the book, plus an assortment of valuable demos, templates, and more
Design and format a Web site from scratch using this in-depth resource. This one-stop guide to FrontPage 2002 covers all of the new improvements to the software--including XML support, improved graphics capabilities, an Office Web Server, and much more.
Table of Contents
Part I: Getting Started.
Chapter 1: Designing Quality Web Applications.
Chapter 2: Exploring FrontPage.
Chapter 3: Using Wizards and Themes.
Chapter 4: Using Templates.
Part II: Creating Web Sites.
Chapter 5: Creating and Formatting a Web Page from Scratch.
Chapter 6: Adding and Managing Hyperlinks and Hotspots.
Chapter 7: Using Tables and Frames.
Chapter 8: Working with Forms.
Chapter 9: Using Web Components.
Chapter 10: Advanced Formatting Techniques.
Chapter 11: Importing and Integrating Office and Other Files.
Chapter 12: Working with HTML.
Chapter 13: Using Dynamic HTML.
Chapter 14: Extensible Markup Language (XML).
Chapter 15: Web Scripting Languages.
Chapter 16: Active Server Pages.
Chapter 17: Introducing ASP NET.
Chapter 18: JavaServer Pages.
Chapter 19: Working with Databases.
Chapter 20: Activating Your Webs.
Part IV: Extending Your Web Site.
Chapter 21: Adding Multimedia to Your Webs.
Chapter 22: Security on the Web.
Chapter 23: Doing E-Commerce.